A swordsman for the Sheriff of Nottingham, Will Scarlet has finally emerged from his famous uncle’s shadow. But when he’s unwittingly drawn into a bloody battle . Read What a Scoundrel Wants by Carrie Lofty by Carrie Lofty by Carrie Lofty for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Devon’s review of What a Scoundrel Wants by Carrie Lofty Historical romance released by Zebra 2 Dec This is Carrie Lofty’s Zebra debut.
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REVIEW: What a Scoundrel Wants by Carrie Lofty
I really want to read that Kresley C I think i’m going to have to give up And she straddles him and starts raping wwhat After sscoundrel on and discovering that the In this dazzling, original tale, Carrie Lofty imagines a new chapter in the well-loved Robin Hood fable.
Sometimes words were left out and made a sentence hard to understand, but other times there were things that a single proofread should have easily caught.
What is the theory? I really want to read that Kresley Cole one! You can find their review here since I agree completely with them: He and Marian are a small part of the story, which gives the reader more insight to Will’s back story and character. It is very fast paced. Finally, they’ll find they don’t hate each other but actually love wantz other madly.
What a Scoundrel Wants
It’s not quite the complete journey to accepting himself as a noble scoundrl self-sacrificing hero; his illustrious uncle’s equal in any way.
This was a fun romance with an interesting topic and perspective. Recommended for fans of historical romance, fans of the Robin Hood legend, and fans of the BBC television show: If it were up to Meg, she would let her sister rot, but since Ada is her sister, and endangered herself by selling the counterfeit jewels, Meg has no choice, because of family honor, to save Ada. Jun 06, Jenny Trout rated it it was amazing.
Feb 19, Melody Medeiros rated it it was amazing. She’s self-absorbed and self-pitying, and she has a tendency to get lost in daydreams. Jan 31, Marcella rated it liked it. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.
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What a Scoundrel Wants (Medieval, #1) by Carrie Lofty
I could really care less about them. I never saw anything between these two that would make me think that they are perfect for one another. Meg isn’t pleased to be back with Will, but recognizing that he has saved her life more than once, she resolves to use him in her quest to free her sister, and then part company with him at the earliest opportunity.
Jan 25, Martha rated it it was amazing. B I first discovered this book while running a search over on Smart Bitches for books that rated an A.
I liked this book. They get ambushed again and again, are caught several times, can free themselves from dark dungeons etc. The more I read some of these hot new titles, the more I prefer the older romances – obnoxious sexual politics and all.
REVIEW: What a Scoundrel Wants by Carrie Lofty | The Good, The Bad and The Unread
A mind-boggling passage to illustrate her logic-defying excuse: I’ll get my Merry Men jollies elsewhere. This is a gritty story, where violence, torture and greed is xarrie way of life. Go find a different robin hood book if you want to read about him.
She was placed in the dungeon where Peter Finch, the Sheriff, wants Ada to make him more. She’s worked hard to overcome obstacles and even laments the loss of her sight, which I found very refreshing. I also found the way that Meg treated Will was very harsh. And the setting, the forests, are very vivid.
Coincidentally, Marsha Canham released the first book in her Robin Hood trilogy: A character is shoved, face down into the mud. I mean, come on, they only took baths about once a year in this time period. The reason she is so rude and basically a bitch because she is out of her element.
She smart as hell. I was more interested in Will and his inner turmoil, especially when he confronts those demons.
Meg is tough and resilient, a true heroine who both uses her handicap and overcome A vividly described story that plunges the reader deep into the milieu of Robin Hood’s era, this book brings home the gritty reality of the time thanks to the author’s attention to detail and careful research.
Being blind is not an excuse for being a bitter pill.